Kate Sagovsky is a director, movement director, choreographer and workshop facilitator. She is Artistic Director of Freefall Theatre.
In 2011, she worked as a Movement Director for the RSC, on The Homecoming and additional company movement support for the season.
After her BA in English from Oxford University, Kate trained at London's Central School of Speech & Drama where she gained the MA in Movement Studies. After that, she trained at Laban (Diploma Dance Studies) and in 2010, she took the National Theatre Studio Directors' Course and participated in the Lincoln Center Theater NY's Directors' Lab.
As Movement Director, Kate's credits include:
- Mojo (RSC Projects)
- Amphibians (Offstage Theatre)
- 2nd May 1997 (Nabokov/The Bush)
- The Unspeakable (Tristan Bates)
- Chinese Takeaway (ICA)
- This Much Is True (Theatre503)
- Song for Eurydice, Macbeth (YMT: UK)
- Flesh (Westminster Abbey; Edinburgh Fringe)
Kate was also Associate Movement Director for The Matthew Herbert Big Band at The Barbican and Glastonbury Festival.
As Director, Kate's work includes:
- Love's Labour's Lost (Metropolitan Arts Centre, Tokyo & UK Tour)
- Macbeth (YMT: UK)
- Borough Market (Pleasance Dome)
For Freefall Theatre:
- Half Man / Half Clam (Arcola; New Wolsey)
- *Still Point (The Place)
- Not For Sale (Camden People's Theatre, Pleasance Courtyard)
- The Playground Project (Greenbelt)
- Towards The Void (Laban)
As Assistant Director, Kate worked on Much Ado About Nothing at the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park.